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Old 03-12-2015, 04:22 PM   #1
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Engine Removal

If an engine needs to be replaced in a Class A gasser, how is that done?

The only way I see is to remove the doghouse, dash and windshield to lift it up and out after stripping it of manifolds and accessories and such.

The MH in question is a 2005 Allegro Bay.

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On the Ford Chassis, it comes out from the bottom after removing front axle, etc.
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On the Ford Chassis, it comes out from the bottom after removing front axle, etc.
ROCKY, this is also how it is done on your W-24. It isn't all that difficult to remove the axle and save all that potential damage to the interior of your coach.
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Ed-Thanks. This is for a buddy who fried his 8.1 which rides on a W22 so I assume it's the same.
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Yes the w22 should be nearly the same. Be glad it is NOT a P32 chassis because the IFS isn't as simple to remove
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